1. Rachels's strategy in the first chapter most resembles
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|When Rachels gives his account of the “minimum conception of morality,” he acknowledges that he‘s saying something pretty controversial, like most things in philosophy.
|People who endorse Rachels’s account of the “minimum conception of morality” will typically agree on what should be done in cases such as those discussed in this chapter.
|People who endorse Rachels’s account of the “minimum conception of morality” may well disagree on what it means to guide one’s conduct by reason, or to give equal weight to everyone’s interests.
|Rachels could have used non-medical examples, indeed a whole different set of examples, to come up with his “minimum conception of morality.”